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Winchester 1873 in .32-20

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by pirateer2007, Jan 8, 2012.

  1. pirateer2007

    pirateer2007 Spokane Wa Member

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    Not looking to sell, only trades I am looking for are high end acoustic guitars. Gibson, Taylor and Martin.

    Specs:
    .32-20
    24" Octagon barrel
    Good bore for age
    Good stock
    Cracked forend
    Year of manufacture: 1892


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    Anything with the Gibson badge (new or old but sorry, no Epiphones) will be considered. I would also be interested in a Winchester 1876, Winchester 1886, or a Colt Lightning rifle.
     
  2. Mystykl22

    Mystykl22 SW Washington Member

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    I notice you always have Old Winchesters. Have you taken a look at my Model 1887 10 gauge shotgun? I don't have it up for sale right now, was going to put it on GUNBROKER, just haven't done it yet. Also have a 25.20, model 1892 up for sale. Trying to clear out some of my guns....
     
  3. pirateer2007

    pirateer2007 Spokane Wa Member

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    I'm mostly looking for .30+ cal Winchesters, but thanks for the heads up :thumbup:

    I'm also looking for a Colt first generation Single Action Army.
     
  4. Haysuse

    Haysuse Headin' to Hell Member

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    Those are still one of the coolest looking guns I've ever seen.
     
  5. pirateer2007

    pirateer2007 Spokane Wa Member

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    Still looking for trades. I'm open to most Antique firearms. I would also sell it for $1100
    Thanks!
    -Adam

    I also have a 1953 Winchester Model 70 in .270 that I would add to the 1873 in trade for a first generation Colt Single Action Army or Bisley or something else along those lines.